Dominion lasts until obtained —
Possession just as long —
But these — endowing as they flit
Eternally belong.

How everlasting are the Lips
Known only to the Dew —
These are the Brides of permanence
Supplanting me and you.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Dominion lasts until obtained —

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